Georgia Football: Texas A&M Left Georgia Some Spoilers on How to Beat South Carolina

I wrote at length about this (and I mean length as somehow a 500-word blurp become a 1200-word brain dump) at Bleacher Report, but as I see it, here’s what Georgia can learn from A&M’s big win over South Carolina last week:

  1. South Carolina can be beaten at home.  Even by a team that is still developing, like Texas A&M—or in this case, like Georgia.
  2. Georgia is better off if Mike Davis injured.  That’s mean but also true.
  3. South Carolina does not have an offense capable of orchestrating a comeback, so an early/sizable deficit could go a long way.
  4. South Carolina defenders do not play well in space against athletic receivers.
  5. South Carolina also is not dominant against the run.
  6. “Sandstorm,” as the dubbed-over video below proves, can be conquered.

That’s all I got/



The Georgia/South Carolina game is so important that we’re dedicating an entire series of previews to it.  Check that series out here.





About dudeyoucrazy

College Football Writer

Posted on September 5, 2014, in Blog, Georgia Bulldogs, SEC, South Carolina Gamecocks, Texas A&M, The UGA Vault. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. SWEEP Carolina !

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